Edmund Truell in bid for Quindell arm

Edmund Truell

Financier in approach for car black box business

‘Super taper tantrum’ ahead, warns IMF

Fed’s first rate rise risks bond market jolt, says fund official

Tax reprieve for investment bond holders

Tribunal in favour of taxpayer who overpaid on withdrawal

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Old Mutual names Bruce Hemphill as chief

Julian Roberts to be replaced by Standard Bank executive

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Old Mutual’s mixed bag needs a tidy-up

South Africa-focused group should demerge or sell its UK wealth management business

Exor looks to thwart PartnerRe-Axis deal

Agnelli-controlled investment group makes $6.4bn counterbid

quindell

Quindell appoints new finance director

Insurance business looks to re-establish financial credibility

Uncomfortable position of non-exec chairs

Non-executive character of chairing a financial institution is a polite fiction

Insurance veteran to head British Gas

Mark Hodges set to face political scrutiny in CEO role

A view of Liverpool in warm afternoon light, reflections of landmark buildings, and construction for 2008 capital of culture.

Panmure to close Liverpool office

Move emphasises cost pressure on boutique brokers

Aviva backtracks on pay plan at top

Influential shareholder agency took issue over remuneration

Paying off debt a priority in first week of pension freedoms

Providers report heavy call volumes

Hastings chief says price war at an end

Goldman Sachs-backed business prepares for possible £1bn float

Manulife signs distribution deal with DBS

$1.2bn agreement will see products sold via bank’s 200 branches

Pension freedom drives surge of interest

‘Substantially higher volume of calls’ reported

Foreign insurers seek India foothold

Changes to ownership rules prompt race for local tie-ups

Week in Review, April 4

M&A frenzy, US cable sector consolidation, CCB and more

Free pensions guidance service underused

Bookings for impartial service not at capacity

Hugh Pemberton: Against pension reforms

Risk pooling is essential in pensions

Quindell forgets to mention sale of units

Deal with Slater & Gordon also includes two profitable technology arms

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